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london dungeons, can you take a 2 year old?

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worley Wed 01-Oct-08 20:56:08

ds1 (10 in nov)has asked to go to the london dungeons in half term, however reading the site is says its not suitable for young children. could you take a 2 year old if he was shielded from a lot of it? to be honest by the time we get there he will be asleep in his push chair (he slept all the way through the dr who experience at earls court).
i have searched other threads and see that stitch took her dd whe she was 2, anyone know how she found it with a little one and a big'un??
ds1 will be upset if we cant go to his first choice, but its not the end of the world i know!
thankyou

dinny Wed 01-Oct-08 20:57:52

NO WAY

dinny Wed 01-Oct-08 20:58:05

far far far too scary

Blandmum Wed 01-Oct-08 20:59:28

It is really horrible and full of representations of torture etc.

I wouldn't take a 10 year old TBH

It isn't like the old 'Chamber of horrors' thing that used to ne in Madame Tussords, it is rather yuck

lostinfrance Wed 01-Oct-08 21:00:14

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Orinoco Wed 01-Oct-08 21:00:31

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Bluestocking Wed 01-Oct-08 21:00:39

I wouldn't take anyone there, it's really expensive and trashy.

worley Wed 01-Oct-08 21:03:16

i was going to cash in some of my tesco vouchers so not to expensive

dinny Wed 01-Oct-08 21:04:07

it's really really scary, Worley

I honestly wouldn't take anyone under teenage

platypussy Wed 01-Oct-08 21:17:59

No definitely not.

Bluestocking Wed 01-Oct-08 21:28:07

Seriously, why would you want to fill a ten-year-old's mind with really graphic images of some of the nastiest things that humans can inflict on each other?

ScottishMummy Wed 01-Oct-08 21:30:30

no, try the aquarium heap big fun

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